Programs

FCAN Foundation works to protect Florida families, consumers, and our natural resources. For more information about our specific programs, please click the links below.

Complete Streets

Complete Streets are safe for people of all ages and abilities and serve people traveling in all different ways: walking, biking, taking transit, or just enjoying the street as a public space. READ MORE


Civic Engagement

We believe consumers should be educated not only on issues but on the processes in government at all levels that affect issues. It is important that consumers know who the decision makers in their community are and how they are influenced. READ MORE


Financial Services

Financial protections are important to reducing economic and income disparities among Florida consumers. READ MORE


Opioid Crisis

The Pill Mills are gone. Pills are still out there, kids still get them, but it is being controlled and the problem has moved to the streets and to overdose deaths. Look at the chart. It’s out of control. READ MORE


Get the Lead Out

In the wake of the tragedy in Flint, Michigan, we now know the toxic threat of lead in drinking water extends to thousands of communities across the country. READ MORE

Complete Streets

Complete Streets are safe for people of all ages and abilities and serve people traveling in all different ways: walking, biking, taking transit, or just enjoying the street as a public space.

Learn More

Civil Engagement

We believe consumers should be educated not only on issues but on the processes in government at all levels that affect issues. It is important that consumers know who the decision makers in their community are and how they are influenced.

Learn More

Get the Lead Out

In the wake of the tragedy in Flint, Michigan, we now know the toxic threat of lead in drinking water extends to thousands of communities across the country.

Learn More

Opioid Crisis

The Pill Mills are gone. Pills are still out there, kids still get them, but it is being controlled and the problem has moved to the streets and to overdose deaths. Look at the chart. It’s out of control.

Learn More